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- Publisher: Tellwell Talent (March 16, 2017)
- Publication Date: March 16, 2017
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Author De Bourbon, begins by explaining how Louis XVI still has not received the full credit he deserves for many of the moves he made; in particular, his role in the American Revolution. In addition, he explains that Louis XVI was weak when the revolution started and should have resisted, but he believed in the goodness of men and could not understand how others could act so strongly. The author also relates that it still gives him a strange feeling to have been so close to his forefather (Louis XVII) and his mysterious past: How did a French King end up being buried in Delft, Holland? What had happened?
Then, he continues with the story of the diamond necklace, and how this is an excellent example of how the enemies of the Royal Family used public opinion against them to damage their reputations. Next, the author describes that Louis XVII was a good-natured boy and life had not yet been very hard on him: Thus, Louis XVII spent the first few months in the Temple prison with his father, who instructed him daily and had no doubt spoken to him about the great responsibilities that lay ahead. In addition, he discusses how the main problem was to get Louis XVII out of jail when over 500 men guarded the Temple prison. The author also recalls the nightmarish last days of the poor substitute Louis XVII boy in the Temple prison. Then, he continues by discussing the return to the city of Paris to see what has happened since the official fake news of the death (supposed death) of Lois XVII on the eighth of June 1795. Next, the author explains how there were over 100 false Louis XVIIs’ (Dauphins’) running around Europe in the early 1800s. In addition, he discusses how Charles X (who actually is Louis XVII) began his memoirs in the Temple prisonfirst his memories with his father and the manservant Clery; and, memories of his father teaching him and of the visit of the gentleman who left his father with a roll of gold coins, which meant they could buy a few extras while in jail. The author also states that Charles finally arrived in Paris on May 26, 1833almost a year after leaving Crossen (Temple prison). Then, he continues by describing how his good friend Dr. Ruby Meganck, who is an expert on visions, helped him with this book with regards to visions, which were very prevalent during this period. Next, the author discusses the events that led up to Charles (Louis XVII) being finally exiled from France; and, his death on August 10, 1845exactly fifty-three years to the day after the attack on the Palace of the Tuileries, which was the first day of prison for the Royal Family. As the story continues, he then describes how Charles’ widow survived on a small pension given to her by the loyal Percivals in England. In addition, the author states that he believes that after 40 years of working on this mystery, that it can be solved and that now it finally is.
Finally, the author explains that he had an idea that DNA research could give him a positive answer; and, has appealed to the French government to correct the error that Louis XVII died on June 8, 1795, but in fact survived well beyond that date, which now stands in French history for over 220 years.
The author of this excellent book explains that there is no longer a need for the French government to keep pretending that Louis XVII died on June 8, 1795. Also, the author of this great book, explains that the French government has always known that Louis XVII did not die on that day; as well as, knowing that the death certificate was false.